» June 11, 1996: The Mariners make Rick Aguilera's 2nd start of the season a disaster by rocking him for 10 runs and 10 hits in 3+ innings. Dan Wilson has five of the M's 24 hits as Seattle wins over host Minnesota, 188. Joey Cora and Alex Rodriguez each have four hits to back Bob Wells (61).
» August 28, 1996:
Seattle's 10-2 win over the visiting Yankees is delayed 10 minutes by a bench clearing brawl in the 8th inning following a close pitch by M's rookie Tim Davis. The M's John Marzano and Yanks Paul O'Neill and Jeff Nelson all receive 2-game suspensions, with the New Yorkers each getting fined $1,000. Nelson opened the 8th by plunking Joey Cora.
» May 8, 1997:
Seattle tops Baltimore, 8-2, with the help of five hits, including a double and homer, by 2B Joey Cora.
» May 26, 1997:
At the Metrodome, Edgar Martinez and Jay Buhner both homer twice, and Joey Cora extends his hitting streak to 21 games as Seattle wins, 138. Martinez collects a pair of three-run homers, while Buhner's are two solo shots as the Mariners won for just the third time in 11 games. Cora leads off the game with a homer, and Russ Davis finishes with a solo homer in the ninth for Seattle. Scott Sanders is shaky but wins his first of the year for the M's.
» May 27, 1997:
Mariners' reliever Norm Charlton walks Chuck Knoblauch with the bases loaded, as Minnesota caps a six-run ninth-inning rally to win, 1110. Seattle's collapse mars a game in which Ken Griffey Jr. and Joey Cora each set records. Griffey hits his 23rd homer, breaking his own major league mark for homers through May; Cora is 4-for-6 to extend his hitting streak to a team-record 22 games, and also ties the A.L. mark for switch-hitters.
» May 28, 1997: In Seattle, Randy Johnson is dominating as he strikes out 15 in eight innings and allows four hits as Seattle shuts out Texas, 50. Johnson walks one. Seattle's Joey Cora singles in the third, extending his hitting streak to 23 games, an American League record for a switch-hitter.
» November 18, 1997:
The Mariners sign free agent 2B Joey Cora.
» August 31, 1998:
Richie Sexson hit a 2run single in Cleveland's 10run first inning, as the Tribe scalps Oakland, 156. Sexton hits his 4th homer in three days, and Manny Ramirez hits his 34th homer and knocks in five runs for starter Dave Burba. Joey Cora, acquired hours before the game from Seattle for David Bell, scores two runs and drives in 2.
» August 31, 1998:
Seattle trades 2B Joey Cora to the Indians for INF David Bell.
» January 19, 1999: The Blue Jays sign free agent 2B Joey Cora and 3B-OF Willie Greene to contracts.